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>> at eleven. the gun battle that rocks a dramatic video of the shooting exchange between the deaths of two officers. >> pam: the ranks of the santa cruz police department tonight. other law enforcement officers step up to help cover their workload. next.
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comeback on patrol. >> reporter: the santa cruz police department has fewer than a force. everyone in the department knows everyone in the department so, it's understandable why the chief gave everyone time off. cruz police we're providing grief counseling services to our officers and we are doing the best job that we can as recover from this event. >> reporter: during that time, the streets of santa cruz will be patroled by two agencies. the santa cruz sheriff's department and the california highway patrol business during the mourning period. take a look for yourself. on wednesday, officers from both agencies were working together to investigate this car crash in town. chp was taking the report and sheriff's deputies were directing traffic. both agencies will also be patroling the street and responding to 911 calls as reported in santa cruz. >> vogel
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if you have questions about whether our community is safe todayyes, our community is safe. we have as many officers patroling santa cruz today as we did yesterday. you are just going to notice they are wearing different uniforms. it is extrodinary and unusual for an entire police department to be off at the same timebut, one thing to consider is that, up until now, this department has never lost an officer in the line of duty. santa cruz police will be back on patrol starting on saturday. i'm jeff bush in santa cruz, kron four news. bid o >> today we learned that
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the two officers were killed while investigating jeremy authorites say, both officers were shot on the front steps of goulet's home. that eventually led to a deadly shoot- out with other santa cruz officers. camera. at least. 35 rounds could be heard. all fired in 12 seconds. some of the bullets hitting a nearyby garage. police say, when goulet was found, he was wearing body armor and had three guns. believed to belong to the fallen officers. >> kron 4's charles clifford continues our team coverage. and details where the santa cruz shooting took place. if you have a comment or story idea for stanley, e- mail us at m >> reporter: tuesday's shootings occurred in central santa cruz, a little more than a mile north of the beach. around 3:30 tuesday afternoon, two visited a home here at 822 north bran-ca-forty drive. this is where were both shot and killed by the suspect, jeremy goulet. after the shooting, goulet the scene. a short time later, as first responders tended to the fallen officers, goulet returned to the scene. he spotted here, behind 822 bran-ca-forty, on the other side of a fence. officers
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ordered goulet to submit, but he fled south down this alley. when he reached nearby doyle street, he was met by multiple police officers. gunfire erupted as the suspect and police exchanged dozens of shots. goulet was eventually killed here near 140 doyle street. clifford kron 4 news. >> we are learning much more about the two officers who loss their lives during the shootout in santa cruz. as kron four's terisa estacio reports, friends and colleagues describe both. as hard working and dedicated officers who will be truly missed by many. santa cruz police officer loran baker seen here. was a well respected 28 year >> and other officers
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a visibly distraught police chief ken vogel talked about his former partner on the force. >> i had a special relationship with butch. partners in the early 90s. only coworker but friend. >> reporter: baker during his tenure was also a training officer. he was promoted to sergent in investigations. the chief added that in addition to making a significant impact on the department. professional, personally he wasy also proud about the fact his son entered law >> he leaves behind kelly his wife, his son adam who is a community officer in department plus daughters gillian and ashley. >> reporter: elizabeth butler. butler had worked for the santa cruz police department for 10 years, this after attending university of santa cruz while majoring in community services. she grew up in torrence california. on facebook, friends spoke glowingly of her.
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one wrote, beth was so wonderful. she did so much good fro her community. such a truly great person. butler leaves behind her partner peter and their two young sons, ages 5 and one. terisa estacio, kron 4 news, kron four news.
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and this was the scene this evening in santa cruz, as the community came out to hold a vigil to grieve the death of the officers lost an officer in the line of duty until yesterday. many people sat down and wrote notes of condolences. a community activist talked with kron four. about the idea to put this gathering together tonight. all of the sympathy notes will be collected and given to the families of both fallen officers, butler and baker. we have the goulet family's reaction to the deadly shootings. still to come later in this newscast. but first a look at weather, >> jacqueline: big changes,
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more of your forecast, coming up. kron 4 will provide continuing coverage on the murder of the two santa cruztomorrow at 11-thirty a- m. - a news conference is planned by the santa cruz police department. we will be broadacasting that live on kron 4's 27/7 channel. comcast 193. and on our digital channel 4.2. the family of an oakland couple, who had been reported missing,this is the first time the family is speaking, since receiving the news that their son, garrett hand a >> announcer: you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity and turn your life upside down. >> hi. >> hi. you know, i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. >> you just read my mind. >> announcer: just one little piece of information and they can open bogus accounts, stealing your credit, your money and ruining your reputation. that's why you need lifelock to relentlessly protect what matters most... [beeping...] helping stop crooks before your identity is attacked. and now you can have the most comprehensive identity theft protection available today... lifelock ultimate. so for protection you just can't get anywhere else, get lifelock ultimate.
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continuing to grow -the city still has major hurdles to climb. -the city moved ahead with redeveloping the former oakland army base and avoided layoffs for the first time since the 2008 financial collapse. the mayor also called on eveyone in the city to work together to lower crime rates. in national news. the white house is saying. efforts to avoid the 85- billion dollars in automatic budget cuts. are unlikely to succeed. before those cuts are set to kick in on friday. president barack obama and congressional leaders are scheduled to meet friday-- the day of the deadline. white house spokesman jay carney says, the friday talks are intended to be a "constructive discussion". about how to keep the cuts from having harmful consequences. meanwhile, agencies and workers affected by the cuts. are laying out what it will all mean. among the agencies affected. is immigrations customs enforcement also known as ice to prepare for those cuts. federal immigration authorities have released hundreds of detainees. authorities say, they were in the process of being removed from the u-s. the white house says, they were *not notified. immigration authorities say, the detainees are what they and non- criminal". and that many. though not all of them, are being monitored. right now-- san bernardino county officials have determined how much the six- day manhunt for former los angeles police
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officer christopher dorner will cost. a department spokesperson says, the initial cost for the search and investigation round out to about 550- thousand dollars. the sheriff's department led a search in the san bernardino mountains. involving 10 other agencies. dorner was found dead in a burned cabin after a shootout with police earlier this month. it's believed he killed himself. right now -- there is reassuring news for pregnant women. who are miserable feel all online with morning sickness. a denmark study found, no popular anti- nausea drug zofran. will harm their babies. one in 10 pregnant women experience nasuea and vomiting. but many skip using a medicine, for fear of side effects. no drugs are currently approved for morning sickness in the u-s. but experts say, zofran has been a top choice. where would bois 1 south
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there is an increase of young women diagnosed with breast cancer the increase was seen in women ages 25 to 39. of all races and ethnicities. experts say. a woman diagnosed at a young age is more likely to have an aggressive form of the disease. researchers say. this means that the numbers have jumped from about 250 cases each year in the mid 1970's to about 850 cases annually in recent years. experts aren't sure what's driving these increases, or why they don't see similar numbers for older women or younger women with earlier stage breast cancer.
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>> jacqueline: if if few more nice days. temperatures will be into the 70's nearly everywhere. however, there could be cloudy and cool conditions.
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>> jacqueline: 50s near the coast. widespread 60s. and mild conditions for the evening. and the '50s by 6:00 p.m. temperatures tomorrow in your neighborhood 69 in cupertino, santa clara. san jose and for the east bay 60s and some low 70's. 66 in richmond. concord livermore. closer to the coast some sea breezes it will be in the 50s. 65 in berkeley. 64 and alameda. as for your extended forecast. first, the sierras. we are going to see a little bit of cloud coverage temperatures are actually increasing with 56 degrees and the clouds could increase and snowfall expected possibly above
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7,000 ft.. there is a slight chance for some sprinkles here. but i do not think that we are going to see it. cool, cloudy, pour next week. a better chance on tuesday/wednesday. >> pam: gary radnich coming up next with alex smith and your sports. you can't move the tv there. yuh-huh. we have a wireless receiver. listen. back in my day, there was no u-verse wireless receiver that let you move the tv away from the tv outlet. we can move it to the kitchen, the patio, the closet
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>> gary: stephen curry. talking to mark jackson coaching his 1st game back home in madison square garden 2nd quarter/ 37-37 tie curry makes the three- pointer 40-37 warriors 4th quarter/ 94-90 knicks curry with the crossover and pull-up three-pointer his 9th of the game 94-93 knicks 4:43 left / 99-97 knicks curry in transition stops and hits his 10th three- pointer 100-99 warriors take the lead curry at 49 points so far 3:42 left / 102-100 knicks curry off the screen hits his 11th three-pointer one away from the nba record 52 points he finished with 54 points the 3rd most ever by an opposing player at the new madison square garden after michael jordan and kobe bryant 45 seconds left/ 107-105 knicks carmelo anthony hits the fadeaway to put the knicks
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up by 4 the warriors inbounds pass is stolen by raymond felton warriors lose final: 109-105 knicks stanford probably needs to win out for a shot at the ncaa tournament 2.4 seconds left colorado up 2 josh powell gets the inbounds drives and dunks it but after the buzzer sounds check out the replay the ball clearly in powell's hand when the red light turns on johnny dawkins likely nit-
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bound again final: 65-63 colorado randy bennett going for win number 25 on the season matthew dellavedova hits the three-pointer gaels rolling early and all the way final: 87-48 st. mary's >> the 49ers and the chiefs t. he will go to kansas city for a second round draft choice. next year, coach jim harbaugh, no question. he helped them become a good quarterback. and kaepernick is the man. he will get a fresh start. there will not officially announce this
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until march 12th. we have our fingerprints on a twitter. terrell, the all pro from the baltimore ravens was on the radio show. talking about a movie that he is promoting. we kept pushing him and he started admitting that anthony smith. was.. he found out about it and nonetheless, it was a cornball with money. he was a loser before the n f l and you know the rest. but a war with twitter. weaveproud. and ryan vogelson, who through exhibition baseball. 8-8. and again, keeping p.m. interested. the loan to the milwaukee brewers to a bar in the milwauk

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